200 Degrees Coffee Shop and Cafe in York Review – Last week we were invited to visit the recently opened coffee shop 200 Degrees on Low Petergate. It’s a lovely, modern and relaxing space and goes back a surprising distance (I love coffee shops, I hate not being able to find a seat in a coffee shop!).
We tried out some sandwiches, cakes and drinks. I had the BLT ciabatta:
We also tried the vegan sausage roll (I was sceptical as I am not a veggie but was very pleasantly surprised – great herby sausage flavour!).
We also tried the Vegan Caprese Ciabatta. My daughter loves mozzarella and wolfed this sandwich without realising it was vegan.
We also tried a cake each. How about Millionaire’s Shortbread?
And Strawberry Blondie:
My teens tried some cute summer drinks like the pink strawberry lemonade. The hint of mint reminiscent of an alcohol free mojito:
While I plumped for a comforting Latte:
We were seated on one of those high tables with bar stools which the teens loved but I hated with a passion (who thinks these things are a good idea? Someone younger than me I suspect). Never fear though the rest of the tables are comfortable, like this cosy booth (I love a booth).
Another point of note was that I spotted this sign on the way in – 200 Degrees is dog friendly and there were a couple of well behaved cute woofers in at the same time as us.
So, to sum up, if you are looking for a comfortable, roomy spot to have a break on your day out in York then we’d definitely recommend 200 Degrees (just avoid the high table if you are no longer in your teens!).